Most of us in the Innovative Office are enthusiastic readers to say the least, so we were all really excited to find out about Halton Libraries plan for National Libraries Days.

On Saturday 9th Feb 2013, Halton Libraries in conjunction with Halton Borough Council are asking everyone to tweet what they’re reading, wheather thats a book, newspaper or magazine, comic, something online or even an instruction manual! You can tweet to @HaltonLibraries and use the hashtag #haltonreads and Library staff will be re-Tweeting many of them to all their followers.

Don’t forget to come back here on Monday to see what we all tweeted….


Really enjoyed #haltonreads, just adding the list of books we all want to read! But here’s what we tweeted about:

Helen – Double or Die by Charlie Higson and The Lifeboat by Charlotte Rogan.

Susan – The Noahs Ark Quest by Bogo Morrison. Sizzling Sixteen by Janet Evanovich is next on her list.

Peter – Young Bond by Charlie Higson, and Arnold Swarchenegger & Bradley Wiggins autobiographies (SO MUCH!)

Emma – How the Girl Guides Won the War by Janie Hampton.

Darren – Flight From Deathrow, by Harry Hill.

and most importantly, Mack – One Hundred Ways for a Dog to Train Its Human by Simon Whaley.

Don’t forget, you can follow us on twitter and get all this first hand: @InnovSafety.


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